The dissection of Samsung GALAXY Note II

The dissection of Samsung GALAXY Note II
With its crystal clear 5.5 inch Super AMOLED 720p screen, blazing fast 1.6 GHz quad-core processor, and a whole array of connectivity tools such as HSDPA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0 and NFC, the Samsung Galaxy Note II is certainly among the most feature-packed smartphones. But have you ever wondered about what’s hiding under that impressively slim body of the Note II? What really makes this technological marvel tick?

Samsung GALAXY Note II

It's not uncommon for popular phones to get dissected in order to deliver the ultimate 'geek porn'. What's more rare, however, is when manufacturers themselves decide to offer a glimpse into their products. As you'd expect, the journey goes more than just skin deep, shinning light on a countless number of tiny components powering the Galaxy Note II. Needless to say, what you're about to see goes straight under the 'do not try this at home' category.

From the Galaxy Note II's 141 mm Super AMOLED screen panel down to the signature S Pen that does all the magic tricks - every bit and bolt has been thoroughly disassembled for your viewing pleasure. What's more, Samsung has also accompanied the pictures with a generous amount of text that goes into detail about what the individual component actually does.

For example, did you know that the digitiser - a thin metal membrane under the screen - creates an electromagnetic field that allows Galaxy Note II to precisely detect movements of the S Pen as far as 12 mm away from the screen? Or that the device's main circuit board consists of more than 1000 core parts, including such vital components as the Quad-core chip, 21 Mbps HSDPA Modem chip and three-axis gyroscope? You can learn even more about anatomy of the Galaxy Note II by clicking on the source link at the end of the article.

Last month, we reported about a video that revealed the rigorous stress testing procedures of various Samsung phones, including the Note II, creating a sight that was terrifying and reassuring at the same time. We find Samsung's approach at telling stories about their products quite refreshing. Materials like these not only help create buzz around the product, but they also go the extra lengths to educate and inform the wider audiences. Now that you've seen what's really under the hood of your new Samsung Galaxy Note II, do you feel more satisfied with your purchase?

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